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12 incredible women you've never heard of who changed science forever

But for every female scientist whose work has been recognized and celebrated, there are thousands who have been accidentally or purposefully forgotten.<p>For a few, that might change, thanks to a beautiful new book, "Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World," by artist Rachel …

Nobel Prize

How MIT's new biological 'computer' works, and what it could do in the future - ExtremeTech

How MIT’s new biological ‘computer’ works, and what it could do in the future<p>By on July 25, 2016 at 7:49 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions …

Biology

14 must reads from Dalit literature

<b>New Delhi:</b> The 11 July Una incident, in which four Dalits were beaten up by self-appointed cow protectors, has triggered much conversation around the …

India

Ancient air bubbles could revise history of Earth’s oxygen

Whiffs of ancient air trapped in rock salt for hundreds of millions of years are shaking up the history of oxygen and life on Earth.<p>By carefully …

Rajput paintings bring out desire and sensuality in pre-British India - Firstpost

Earlier this year, The Metropolitan Museum of Art received a long-promised gift from one of its most generous contributors, the independent collector …

House prices: What have the Romans ever done for us?

What have the Romans ever done for us? So asked Reg in Monty Python’s <i>Life of Brian</i>. Well, quite a lot, and their prolific construction skills continue to give back to those who own property in their settlements.<p>Exclusive research for <i>The Telegraph</i> by estate agency Jackson-Stops & Staff reveals that …

Housing

Ancient bottom wipers yield evidence of diseases carried along the Silk Road

‘Personal hygiene sticks’ excavated from a 2,000-year-old latrine pit have preserved evidence of the transmission route for infectious diseases<p>Travellers on the Silk Road, the most famous trade route of the ancient world, were bringing more than the precious fabric with them out of China. Some …

Silk Road

Cultured Philistines - ancient cemetery discovered

A team in Israel has unearthed an ancient cemetery, which it says will unravel the mystery of the Philistines.<p>DNA, radiocarbon and biological distance tests are being performed on bone samples found at the cemetery, dating from the 11th to 8th centuries BC, to help resolve a debate about the …

NASA's Curiosity Rover now decides which Mars rocks to shoot all by itself

God help those poor Martian rocks<p>It's good to remember, sometimes, that despite the hell and misery that is the year 2016, we still have a robot on Mars that shoots rocks with a laser and sings "Happy Birthday" to itself every year. I'm talking, of course, about NASA's Curiosity rover, which this …

Mars Rover